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Taking Manly Cove into the Future

A new vision for Manly Cove is taking shape with plans released for an upgrade to the iconic Manly Wharf 3 and a new plan for the former Manly Sea Life site.

The community is being asked to contribute ideas, with both designs on display for public feedback and comment until 5pm Friday 28 January 2022.

Member for Manly, James Griffin MP said the much-needed Manly Wharf 3 upgrade will include improved access for mobility impaired customers and those with prams, as well as increased protection for commuters from wind, rain and sun.

Australia's First Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice offers great Comfort to Families

Major works are due to begin next week on the $19.5 million Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice, marking a significant milestone for the unique facility.

Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Member for Manly James Griffin MP visited the site to inspect progress ahead of the first major concrete pour.

“This incredible project is Australia’s first dedicated hospice caring for young people with life-limiting illness and will provide support to families from all over NSW,” Mr Hazzard said.


Manly Fire Station Celebrates its 100th birthday with a $2.9M Heritage Facelift

Manly residents are set to benefit from a $2.9 million Fire Station upgrade as the newly renovated facility reopens, marking 100 years of keeping the community safe.

Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott was joined by Member for Manly, James Griffin and Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) Commissioner Paul Baxter to unveil the refurbished Manly Fire Station at a 100th anniversary ceremony today.

The Manly fire station has received extensive heritage and facility upgrades and incorporates improved training facilities to meet the needs of a modern fire service.